Wrongfully Fired in Minnesota? Call (651) 419-3615

Our team at Capitol City Law Group, LLC understands the importance of maintaining your job to provide for yourself and your family. Unfortunately, in today’s work environment, job security is not what it used to be, and in Minnesota, employment is at-will. Employees who have worked for years at one business may be suddenly terminated. In some cases, however, individuals may be unlawfully terminated. In such a case, you should not hesitate to retain the services of an experienced and capable Saint Paul employment lawyer.

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Call (651) 419-3615 or email us for your free phone or in-person consultation with a wrongful termination attorney in St. Paul.

Handling Your Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

Although Minnesota is an at-will employment state, terminations must be within the confines of the law. Wrongful termination occurs in one of two situations:

  • Your employer either fired you for an illegal reason
  • Your employer did not have the legal right to terminate your employment at will

When this occurs, you may have a case for legal action against them.

Examples of wrongful termination include:

  • If you and your employer signed a contract, and your firing constituted a violation of the contract’s terms
  • If policies in an employee manual limit the employer’s ability to terminate employees
  • If certain union agreements exist
  • If you were fired because of your race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, public assistance, or age
  • If your employer retaliated against you for exercising your right to take medical or family leave, bringing a harassment or discrimination claim, whistleblowing, or participating in other protected activities
  • If you were terminated for participating in jury duty, complying with a subpoena, or complying with some other form of public policy
  • If you experienced a hostile work environment

Writing an Appeal Letter for Wrongful Termination

In some cases, those who are wrongfully terminated decide to send a grievance letter to their employer as a request for reinstatement to their position. Before writing the letter, you should find out what rules the company has about filing grievances, such as a time limit. If they do, you should be careful to follow these standards to best ensure that you have the best chance of a positive outcome.

If you are a member of a union, you should contact your representative and follow his or her directions on the writing of the grievance letter. You should also make sure to have a knowledgeable attorney by your side throughout this process who can advise and assist you.

If you decide to send a letter, you should include all correspondence in a file of documents pertaining to your release. Other records that you should keep include:

  • Performance reviews
  • Documents on salary increases / demands
  • Copies of memos, reviews, or policies

We Can Review Your Case at No Cost – Call (651) 419-3615!

Do you think that you may have a wrongful termination claim? If so, it is important to contact our Saint Paul employment lawyers at Capitol City Law Group, LLC. There are strict timelines for filing an employment claim, so we encourage you to reach us as soon as possible. We are ready to listen to your case and to offer you our smart, practical employment law solutions.

Call our office at (651) 419-3615, and we can review your case for free!



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